Since going back to the classroom as a middle and high school teacher last August, the promise of a 10-week summer has kept me excited nearly daily. It's true that after over 10 years out of the classroom, I was seeking the thrill of imparting knowledge, as well as the challenge of "getting through" to those difficult students. (The more operose the better, in my opinion.) But, really, if I'm being entirely honest, I was at least 50% going back to the classroom full-time so that I could have summers off with my babies.
Here's how we've spent the first few days of summer:
My fruity folks at Cottle Strawberry Farm.
This dreamy little surfer-dude peering through the rad doll house on the children's floor in the Richland County Main Library.
|that Star Wars band-aid is so endearing, isn't it?|
What are you up to this summer? So far I'm enjoying not having to give those obligatory "teacher's dirty looks..."